Having the highest biodiversity in the world, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to more than 100 mammal species and a wide variety of bird species.
It is home to Africa’s tree-climbing lions.
The open savanna, rain forest, dense papyrus, and brooding crater lakes make it a suitable habitat for diverse wildlife like elephants, hippos, Uganda kob, giant forest hogs, leopards, buffaloes and more.
The best activities that you will enjoy at the Queen Elizabeth National Park on a Wildlife safari are park drive to see the tree-climbing lions and Chimpanzee tracking.
Apart from the chimpanzees, you will also get a chance to witness the Columbus monkeys, olive baboons, and red-tail monkeys.
The special tree-climbing lions in the remote section of Ishasha is one of the best highlights of exploring the Queen Elizabeth National Park.
If you want to experience the heart of Uganda, the story begins with Lake Victoria, which is the birthplace of the Nile River.
Not only is it Africa’s largest lake and the world’s largest tropical lake, but Lake Victoria also boasts one of the world’s largest ecosystems.
There is so much natural beauty and wildlife to see here from scenic mountain views to islands, beaches, fishing boats, and various bird and animal species.
Source (start) of the Nile River
While you are touring Lake Victoria, you may want to check out Jinja, the colonial town positioned at the start of the Nile River.
This town is East Africa’s adrenaline capital, so not only can you view where the world’s longest and most historic river begins, but you can also get your blood pumping with activities like whitewater rafting, mountain-biking, quad-biking, and kayaking.
A major tourist attraction in Uganda, the Ssese Islands are a group of about 84 islands dotted along the northwestern shores of Lake Victoria.
Each island differs in size, shape, and exotic flora and fauna.
Here, you can relax amid beautiful scenery, see chimpanzees, and walk-on white-sand beaches.
You can also enjoy horseback riding and windsurfing, as well as interact with the local people.
Kampala, Capital city of Uganda
When visiting places in Uganda, you don’t want to miss checking out the country’s capital city, Kampala.
This city is home to a steady expert community and offers plenty of things to see and do.
You can tour beautiful temples, cathedrals, art galleries and museums that include the popular Uganda National Museum.
You can also browse various markets for clothing, food, and crafts. Kampala also offers a good range of restaurants and bars.
Kasubi Tombs While in Kampala, a visit to the Kasubi Tombs is well worth your time. A palace consisting of 35 buildings, this important historic site is the burial place of four former Buganda kings. A tour to this site allows you to see interesting artifacts and learn about the rituals and traditions of Uganda’s largest tribal kingdom, the Buganda Kingdom.
Also in Kampala, the Ndere Centre is a great place to experience the colorful traditional dance and music.
Opened Sunday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, the Centre offers a 700-seat amphitheater where you can enjoy dinner along with a spectacular performance of colorful, high-energy dancing and music that displays the lively culture of the Ugandan tribes.
There are a lot of things to do and lots of places to go to on a Uganda safari. However, this list doesn’t exhaust all of them. Feel free to ask if you have any question, you can also inquire by clicking here.